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Undecided Pa. voters express anger with both candidates

PENNSYLVANIA -- CBS News contributor and pollster Frank Luntz spoke with 27 undecided Pennsylvania voters ahead of the Monday night’s presidential debate

Overall, the majority of the participants indicated they do not like Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, and they don’t trust either of them. 

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  CBS News contributor and pollster Frank Luntz spoke with 27 undecided Pennsylvania voters ahead of the Monday night debate.

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Many of the participants also expressed anger with the choices in candidates this election. 

“I’m angry because neither of these candidates has actually said anything that they are really going to do,“ participant Judy M., said. “They are so busy sniping at each other and at the people around them, they haven’t bothered to remember they are in a political election and they need to tell me something.”

When asked about the issue they hope candidates focus the most on during the debate, most participants said the economy or national security. 

When asked what it takes to be president of the United States, answers ranged from “Just be real, don’t be crazy,” and “prove that she has foreign policy experience.” 

To see the widerange of opinions ahead of the debate, and what might sway these voters, watch the video above.